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Oslo

Attractions

Attractions

Visit the famous attractions of Oslo

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At Stromma we are continuously working with reducing our use of plastic. Our efforts reduced our plastic consumption by 1 097 kg in 2019.

In Sweden and Denmark Stromma together with WWF and local partners have placed out Seabins to improve the environment in/of the Baltics.

Stromma is working to reduce use of fuel and energy as well as switching to renewable fuels and clean energy sources.

Stromma has ambitious goals for our sustainability work – one of them is to reduce CO2-emissions by 50% by 2030.

Karl Johans Gate

Karl Johans Gate

Shopping and sightseeing in Oslo city

Karl Johans Gate is the main street in the center of Oslo, it starts at the railway station and ends at the Royal Palace.

The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace

History and royal elegance

Visit the magnificent home of King Harald V and Queen Sonja, the palace is centrally located at the end of Karl Johans gate.

Vigeland Park & Museum

Vigeland Park & Museum

The world’s largest sculpture park

Visit the Vigeland Sculpture Park, one of Norway's most popular attractions, with over one million visitors each year.

Akershus Fortress

Akershus Fortress

Discover the history of Oslo

Akershus Fortress is a great place to visit, learn about the history and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Norwegian National Opera

Norwegian National Opera

Visit the famous Opera House in Oslo

The National Opera House in Oslo was completed in 2008 and has won several awards for its design.
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